Mar 10, 2012 2:08am
Is this a good idea for a video?
Here's something I uploaded to YouTube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LcKh2Vofw8
It consists of very short clips from classic TV series (running a few seconds each). I simply used clips left-over from the making of my on-going "Compilation of Classic TV Footage" series.
Would a longer version be a good idea for a video for the Internet Archive?
I have another idea (not created yet) called "This Video is Wrong", using the clip from "Your Hit Parade" of Dorothy Collins saying "light up a lucky", given various treatments in video editing software. An uploader named davemadson did something very similar with this video using the 1992 CBS eye:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_awYBMcsTA4
This should give you an idea of what I plan to do with the "Your Hit Parade" clip.
My "compilation of commercials for defunct products" video is still gonna be made, though it will be some weeks until it is created, finished & uploaded.
Also, just because I feel like striking up some conversation, here's a picture of my favourite copyrighted cartoon character, who obviously cannot be uploaded here as he's far too recent (though some people have tried):http://i1049.photobucket.com/albums/s389/JeiceWarrior/Wall1.png
Is it just me or does he look quite sad?
On an unrelated note, I'd like to know if it is OK for me to post a compilation of 1950s TV closing logos.